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“A hidden gem in New Hampshire.”
~ Trip Advisor review

The Museum 

Overview

  • Located in historic Tamworth Village, where father and son country doctors, Dr. Edwin Remick and Dr. Edwin “Doc” Crafts Remick, lived and practiced for a combined 99 years.

  • The museum encompasses the Remick farmstead, with its two homes, three barns, outbuildings, pastures, and walking trails—a nearly 100-acre property.

  • Exhibits in the museum’s two homes — the Edwin C. Remick House (the Museum Center) and the Captain Enoch Remick House, as well as the buildings and barns themselves, provide glimpses into the contributions of Tamworth’s country doctors and the agricultural way of life in New Hampshire. The first floor of the Museum Center is where visitors can gain a historical overview of the Remick property and those who lived here. Current exhibits include: The History of Remick Farm ~ Family & Farm, A Glimpse of a Country Doctor’s Medical Practice, and Tourism in Tamworth. From late spring to early fall, exhibits in the Captain Enoch Remick House are viewable during Remick Country Doctor Medical History Tours, as is a tour of the modest, mid-century-style apartment of Doc and Marion Remick (located on the 2nd floor of the Museum Center).

  • There’s also an entire farmstead for you to explore, an activity we call “farmsploring.” Farmsploring includes the opportunity to visit the farm animals as they graze in their pastured settings and explore the grounds at your leisure. During the summer season, you will encounter additional self-led activities that encourage you to learn about the farm, as well as provide interactive information about nature- and science-based occurrences related to the farmstead.

Barns & Buildings

  • The Remick homestead, established over 200 years ago, comprises a cattle barn, a historic English barn, a stable, a milk house (part of Doc Remick’s Hillsdale Dairy business and the first milk pasteurization plant north of Rochester, NH — operating from 1934 to 1969), a sugar house (where our maple syrup is “sugared off”), a small ice house, the Edwin C. Remick House (Museum Center), and the Captain Enoch Remick House (on the National Register of Historic Places). Our two historic houses are open for guided tours only: The Remick Country Doctor Medical History Tour (Captain Enoch Remick House) and the Extended Remick Country Doctor Medical History Tour (both houses).

    All of our historical buildings are subject to closure due to structural maintenance.

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“Enjoyed the history. Takes you back in time!”  ~ Theresa & Mike Percival, West Warwick, RI

 

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